Does she have her own room in the basement?
According to the Washington Examiner:
Kamala Harris was widely thought to be a likely “attack dog” for Joe Biden.
The former prosecutor earned a reputation for rising to the moment during high-stakes situations, such as her grilling of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his 2018 confirmation hearing and even, awkwardly, when she confronted her now-running mate in the first round of Democratic primary debates last summer.
But the California senator has kept a conspicuously low-profile since Labor Day, declining to make news-shaping statements or upstage the two-term vice president and 2020 Democratic presidential nominee.
Her light footprint on the trail is starting to receive attention.
NBC News reporter Deepa Shivaram, for instance, called out Harris’s lack of media access this week in a tweet.
“A reminder that it has been 42 days since Harris was tapped as the VP pick. There are 42 days until election day. The senator has not once formally taken questions from the press,” Shivaram wrote Tuesday.